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ISAF Sailing World Championships day 10

'Nico Delle Karth, Nikolaus Resch, 49er December 12, 2011 off Fremantle, Australia.'    Richard Langdon /Ocean Images ©    Click Here to view large photo

On day ten of the ISAF Sailing World Championships in Perth, Western Australia, competitors and spectators alike were greeted by powerful south easterly winds that peaked as high as 22 knots; this was in addition to heavy showers, thunder and lightning. The 49er class, Women’s 470, Men’s RS:X, and Laser class began their title campaigns in this second week of the competition.

Denmark’s Jonas Warrer and Soeren Hansen (DEN) and Peter Burling and Blair Tuke (NZL) are the joint overall leaders after the opening day of 49er racing on Monday.

Warrer and Hansen comfortably finished first in race one on Monday for the Yellow fleet by 85 seconds from Denmark’s Peter Andersen and Nicolai Thorsell, who placed second.

Jonas Warrer and Soeren Hansen of Denmark compete during the yellow fleet race for the 49er Men’s Skiff Class of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on December 12, 2011 in Perth, Australia. -  Paul Kane -Perth?nid=91785 2011   Click Here to view large photo

John Pink and Rick Peacock (GBR) dominated in race two but only managed to finish six seconds ahead of Emil Toft Nielsen and Simon Toft Nielsen (DEN).

Tobias Schadewaldt and Hannes Baumann (GER) took out the third race, only just beating New Zealand’s Burling and Tuke, while Pink and Peacock (GBR) finished a disappointing 16th after their win in the previous race.

'The first two races were really good until the boat capsized. That delayed us,' Peacock said. 'It took us a while to get the boat back up. After that mishap, we bounced back. Overall, I'm impressed with how we raced.'

Tobias Schadewaldt, Hannes Bauwmann, 49er December 12, 2011 off Fremantle, Australia. -  Richard Langdon -Ocean?nid=91785 Images ©   Click Here to view large photo

In the Blue fleet, David Evans and Edward Powys (GBR) lead for most of race one, finishing first by 13 seconds ahead of Matt McGovern and Ryan Seaton (IRL).

Stephane Christidis and Emmanuel Dyen (FRA) won race 2, while Erik Heil and Thomas Ploessel (GER) were second.

World number one duo Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen (AUS) finally showed some of their best to win the last Blue fleet race of the day. Noe Delpech and Julien Dortoli (FRA) were second. The Australians are tenth overall.

The 49ers are scheduled to continue racing on Tuesday at 1200 Perth time on the Owen course.

Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen of Australia compete during the blue fleet race for the 49er Men’s Skiff Class of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on December 12, 2011 in Perth, Australia. -  Paul Kane -Perth?nid=91785 2011   Click Here to view large photo

Women’s 470: ‘Big’ sums up the opening day of Women’s 470 with big movers, big surprises and big leads. Japan’s Ai Kondo and Wakako Tabata finished the day in first place overall followed closely by Lisa Westerhof and Lobke Berkhout (NED) with Penny Clark and Katrina Hughes (GBR) rounding out the top three.

The Japanese sailors were the big movers, giving stellar performances in both races.

Race one saw them come from 14th around the first mark to finish third, only 14 seconds behind Natalia Ivanova and Diana Krutskikh (RUS), who were second.

World number two Penny Clark and Katrina Hughes maintained a 200m lead throughout race one to finish comfortably two minutes ahead of Ivanova and Krutskikh (RUS).

Kondo and Tabata improved in race two, taking the lead at the start and holding it to the end.

If Kondo and Tabata were the big movers, the big surprise was World number one pair, Erin Maxwell and Isabelle Kinsolving (USA), finishing 27th at the end of the first day of Women’s 470 fleet racing.

Women’s 470 racing for races three and four continues Tuesday at 1430 local time on the Success course.

Israel’s Nimrod Mashich and Piotr Myszka of Poland share top spot on the leader board after the opening day of racing in the men’s RS:X.

Both men are on three points with a win and a second after two races with Dorian Rijsselberghe (NED) and Przemyslaw Miarczynski (POL) behind them on overall points.

Yellow fleet: In race 1, World number one Myszka was neck and neck with rival Polish competitor Przemyslaw Miarczynski in the second upwind leg, but Miarczynski eventually had to settle for fourth.

World number 12 Tom Ashley (NZL) finished second after a tacking duel with Eliot Carney (GBR).

Carney placed third, ahead of his teammate Nick Dempsey, who despite sailing strongly mid-race, finished eighth.

The second yellow race was a success all round for the two top Polish sailors as Miarczynski shot to first place with Myszka in his wake.

Windsurfing veteran Joao Rodrigues, who came third, is hoping he can make London 2012 his sixth Olympic Games.

Blue fleet: Dorian Rijsselberghe (NED) cemented his status as 'one to watch' for these World Championships.

In the final leg of the first race Rijsselberghe took advantage of the light winds to move swiftly past world Number two Nimrod Mashich (ISR) to win.

But Rjisselberghe lost out to Mashich and Tae Hoon Lee (KOR) in the blue fleet’s second race.

The men’s RS:X is scheduled to continue on Centre course from 1230 Perth time on Tuesday.

The three-time Laser champion and 2010 ISAF Rolex Sailor of the Year, Tom Slingsby (AUS), swamped the field in the opening race of the day but made an uncharacteristic error in the second to finish sixth with the mistake costing him top spot on the leaderboard.

Slingsby has seven points after the first day of Laser racing, one behind Blue fleet’s Jesper Stalheim (SWE).

'I guess it was my fault, I should have looked where the top mark was,' Slingsby said. 'I tacked off the line, went for a few minutes, then tacked back and was over-laid by a long way, hundreds of metres. I rounded in the high teens or low twenties and was able to pull to six.

'All in all I didn’t have a drop today and that was the goal, I’m in the hunt.'

Slingsby was 35 seconds clear of Kacper Zieminski (POL) in race one with Sweden’s Rasmus Myrgren a further 30 seconds back. Australia’s Ashley Brunning finished the day with two fourths to put him equal third overall.

Poland’s Karol Porozynsky scored a fifth and a second to lead the Red fleet with seven points from Germany’s Simon Grodeluschen on eight points with a seventh and a win.

The Yellow and Blue fleets raced in 13-16 knot winds while the Red fleet had consecutive races in the late afternoon with 17-22 knot winds under a leaden sky and frequent lightning flashes.

Laser racing is scheduled to continue on the Parmelia course from 1200 local on Tuesday.

Another outstanding performance from the British Olympic Champions Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson consolidated their first place position in the overall standings after race four in the Star fleet.

Stars mid race rounding the mark, Star December 12, 2011 off Fremantle, Australia. -  Richard Langdon -Ocean?nid=91785 Images ©   Click Here to view large photo

Percy and Simpson have a total of 16 points while Mark Mendelblatt and Brian Fatih (USA) are on 28 points, with Germany’s Robert Stanjek and Frithjof Kleen just behind them on 30.

'We had a good day today. We weren’t going very well but we hung in and fought hard,' Percy said. 'My body is a bit bruised and battered for it but it’s okay'.

In race three, Norwegian team Eivind Melleby and Petter Morland Pedersen took first followed closely by Aimilios Papathanasiou and Antonios Tsotras of Greece.

The fight for third was close with Aimilios Papathanasiou and Antonios Tsotras of Greece just making it, putting Germany’s Johannes Babendererde and Timo Jacobs in fourth place.

The outcome of race four saw the Swedish pair Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen take first place followed by Brazil’s Robert Scheidt and Bruno Prada.

Third went to Ireland’s Peter O’Leary and David Burrows while British pair Percy and Simpson were fourth.

With six more races until the medal race the British are aware of the obstacles to come.

'There is still a long way to go, we’re not super quick, so not confident we will get too far but we will keep battling to the end,' he said.

Star racing is scheduled to continue on Tuesday on the Leighton course from 1300 Perth time.

Women’s Match Racing: Racing remained close between teams competing in the stage two Round Robin with the competitors aiming to increase their standings before the end of the repecharge round on Tuesday.

It was a good day for New Zealand’s Stephanie Hazard, with wins against Great Britain’s Lucy Macgregor and Finland’s Silija Lehtinen.

With the wind again proving to be fickle, the course was changed to a four lap configuration, meaning the races had to be broken up a bit with a gap between the first two and last two matches.

Increasingly bad weather in the late afternoon forced the race committee to postpone the last two matches of Flight 74 until Tuesday.

At the end of Monday’s racing, the top teams in stage two were Macgregor (GBR) on nine wins and two losses, with the two Australian teams close behind, both on eight wins and three losses.

France’s Claire Leroy will go into quarterfinals in top spot after winning her two matches against USA-1 in the seeding matches held earlier in the day. Anna Tunnicliffe (USA-1) will be second in the Gold Group, followed by Ekaterina Skudina (RUS) in third and Mandy Mulder (NED-1) in fourth position.

Stage two Round Robin repecharge continues on Tuesday with the remaining flights scheduled from 1200 local.

Stars rounding the mark, Lain Percy, Andrew Sampson, Star December 12, 2011 off Fremantle, Australia. -  Richard Langdon -Ocean?nid=91785 Images ©   Click Here to view large photo

Dionisios Dimou and Michail Pateniotis of Greece compete during the yellow fleet race for the 49er Men’s Skiff Class of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on December 12, 2011 in Perth, Australia. -  Paul Kane -Perth?nid=91785 2011   Click Here to view large photo

Thomas Zajac and Thomas Czajka of Austria compete for position against Federico Alonso and Arturo Alonso of Spain during the yellow fleet race for the 49er Men’s Skiff Class of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on December 12, 2011 in Perth, Australia. -  Paul Kane -Perth?nid=91785 2011   Click Here to view large photo

Sailors compete during the yellow fleet race for the 49er Men’s Skiff Class of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on December 12, 2011 in Perth, Australia. -  Paul Kane -Perth?nid=91785 2011   Click Here to view large photo

Robert Frost and Tom Arbuckle of Canada compete during the yellow fleet race for the 49er Men’s Skiff Class of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on December 12, 2011 in Perth, Australia. -  Paul Kane -Perth?nid=91785 2011   Click Here to view large photo

Marcus Hansen and Josh Poreski of New Zealand compete during the yellow fleet race for the 49er Men’s Skiff Class of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on December 12, 2011 in Perth, Australia. -  Paul Kane -Perth?nid=91785 2011   Click Here to view large photo

Mark Mendelblatt, Brian Faith, Star December 12, 2011 off Fremantle, Australia. -  Richard Langdon -Ocean?nid=91785 Images ©   Click Here to view large photo

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